Organizations of all sizes are experiencing a wave of data like they've never seen before. Increasing data types from collaboration and cloud applications, such as Slack, Microsoft 365, Google Drive, and more, are impacting eDiscovery and compliance workflows. Hear directly from Senior Counsel at Capital One and eDiscovery & Information Governance Partner from Seyfarth Shaw on how leading corporations and law firms are overcoming challenges posed by massive amounts of data, managing increasing data types, and analyzing data using AI and advanced analytics for business results. Tune in to see what you can do next to alleviate your own challenges.
Discovery Counsel, Sr. Manager, Sr. Counsel at Capital One
Adjunct Professor, University of Richmond School of Law
Partner, eDiscovery & Information Governance
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
In the face of a multitude of legal requirements regarding the secure storage, retention, transfer, sale and destruction of records, clients turn to Jason for guidance on information governance, privacy, and data security.Corporations and organizations face a number of legal requirements and obligations concerning the creation, storage, maintenance, and use of records and information. In addition to ad hoc requirements of preservation and electronic discovery in the litigation context, there are data privacy and record retention requirements affecting the way companies routinely collect, manage and store various categories of information. Jason has many years of experience in helping clients quickly identify, preserve, collect, process, review, and produce large amounts of electronically stored information in a legally defensible and cost-effective manner. Clients also turn to Jason for guidance on information governance, protection, and data security challenges they face in the US and internationally.
Director of Discovery and Information Governance
As Director of Discovery and Information Governance at T-Mobile, Ms. Blanchard leads a team of experts who with the business to develop sound information governance best practices and respond to government inquiries and complex litigations. She uses her deep knowledge of the intersection of litigation, technology and discovery to work with all areas of the legal department on document retention and preservation, collection and review issues. She participates in several enterprise wide groups tasked with strategy decisions related to implementing new technologies and systems. Prior to joining T-Mobile, Ms. Blanchard was a litigator at Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP, where she represented several Fortune 50 companies in a variety of complex litigation matters as national eDiscovery Counsel. She also spent 2 years as Associate General Counsel and Director, eDiscovery Consulting at Evolver Legal Services where she counseled core clients to develop litigation plans that included negotiating the scope of discovery as well as conducting early case assessment and understanding the options for review, including technology assisted review.
Chief Revenue Officer
With over three decades of experience, David has witnessed and contributed to the evolution of the legal industry. In addition to being a recovering attorney, he possesses a lifelong passion for technology and its advancements. During his professional journey, he has delivered thought leadership and helped hundreds of clients leverage legal technology to boost business outcomes. Since 2010 he's been a part of Casepoint, a leading Legal Discovery platform vendor. Currently, as the Chief Revenue Officer, he leads Casepoint’s global sales and marketing strategy. He has an in-depth knowledge of Casepoint’s solution and technological prowess. Prior to joining Casepoint, he was the Director of Practice Technology at Crowell & Moring. He earned a J.D. from The John Marshall Law School and a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from DePauw University.